resonance[ rez-uh-nuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF resonance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESONANCE
Every resonance of his house was familiar to Mr Verloc, who was thoroughly domesticated.
When the distance is too short for the reflecting sound to be heard, we have resonance.
In this connection the topics of registers and resonance are often combined.
The resonance of the mouth cavity is also of great importance.
Might, commented Frank, and then, What about that resonance coil?
It was in that same article that told about the resonance coils.
It was a woman's voice, with a resonance of wonderful power and beauty.
The sound heard in seashells and in other hollow bodies is due to resonance.
There was a resonance in the voice as though it emerged from hollows underground.
We need em all, he repeated, with the resonance of hard decision.